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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Does anyone chew gum? Is is gluten free? Any advice? I am traveling on a plane in two days and need to chew gum to pop my ears. Thanks. :rolleyes:

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Here's a list I found a while back.

I've been chewing Big Red with no problems for the past few months.

U.S. Wrigley Products - Per company representative, the following is a list of U.S. Wrigley products that remain free of any wheat, oat, rye or barley gluten:

Wrigley's Spearmint gum

Freedentgum

Doublemint gum

Extra gum

Big Red gum

Eclipse gum

Juicy Fruit gum

Eclipse Flash breath strips

Winterfresh gum

Orbit gum

Winterfresh Thin Ice breath strips

Orbit White gum

If your sensitivity extends to other types of gluten, several of our brands contain corn syrup, which may have trace amounts of corn gluten in it. The amount of gluten in one stick is less than 0.2 milligrams, but if you are extremely sensitive, you may want to consult with your physician before chewing our brands.

Additionally, no packaging material directly next to our product contains gluten sources. There may be instances when starches are used on the label around each individual stick of gum, but these starches are produced from corn or potatoes, not from wheat, rye, barley, oats, millet or buckwheat.

We hope this information has been helpful and thanks again for contacting the Wrigley Company.

Sincerely,

WM. WRIGLEY JR. COMPANY

Laura Richards, Consumer Affairs Representative

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Trident is gluten-free.

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Why does my nose itch when I chew wrigglys or any other gum? I am being worked up for celiac

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